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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races in particular routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races in particular routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our 3-4 fields/5 categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.
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* '''[[https://www.facebook.com/groups/170706736692/ | Wonder-Women of the ECCC Facebook Group]]'''\\
There is also an informal [[https://www.facebook.com/groups/170706736692/ | Facebook group for the ECCC's amazing women]], a great place to share photos and chat about racin' and the bike life.
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Have any other questions, ideas, or concerns? [[ECCC.Contact | Contact]] the ECCC's Women's Cycling Coordinator or any of our other volunteers!
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Have any other questions, ideas, or concerns? Contact the [[ECCC.Contact |ECCC's Women's Cycling Coordinator]] or any of our other [[ECCC.Contact | volunteers]]!
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races in particular routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.
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!! Contact

Have any other questions, ideas, or concerns? [[ECCC.Contact | Contact]] the ECCC's Women's Cycling Coordinator or any of our other volunteers!
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (:by MIT:)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC D2 Road season omnium. (:by MIT:)
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Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business at Collegiate Road Nationals 2011, winning the D1 road race. (:by Kim Zubris:)
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Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business, winning the 2011 USAC Collegiate D1 National Road Race Championship. (:by Kim Zubris:)
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Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business at Collegiate Road Nationals 2011, winning the D1 road race. (:by: Kim Zubris)
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Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business at Collegiate Road Nationals 2011, winning the D1 road race. (:by Kim Zubris:)
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Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business at Collegiate Road Nationals, 2011. (:by: Kim Zubris)
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Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business at Collegiate Road Nationals 2011, winning the D1 road race. (:by: Kim Zubris)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (:by: MIT)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (:by MIT:)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (:by MIT:)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (:by: MIT)
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>>rframe width=500px text-align=center<< %width=500%[[Attach:2011-anna-nats.jpg | Attach:2011-anna-nats.jpg"Anna McLoon (Harvard) at Collegiate Road Nationals, 2011]]\\
Anna McLoon (Harvard) gets down to business at Collegiate Road Nationals, 2011. (:by: Kim Zubris)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (photo: MIT)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (:by MIT:)
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium.
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium. (photo: MIT)
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Once started in the ECCC, the sky's the limit. The following are women's specific resources to get more involved and keep racing.
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Once started in the ECCC, the sky's the limit. The ECCC features a number of women team captains and presidents, race promoters, and important conference volunteers. In addition, the following are women's specific resources to get more involved and keep racing.
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Once started in the ECCC, the sky's the limit. The following are some women's specific resources to get more involved and keep racing.
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Once started in the ECCC, the sky's the limit. The following are women's specific resources to get more involved and keep racing.
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The [[http://collegiatecycling.org/eccc/ | Eastern Conference]] takes special pride in all of its many women racers and its robust, friendly atmosphere for both veterans and newbies. Historically the conference has maintained a comparatively high percentage of women for competitive cycling, and puts significant effort and attention toward maintaining and growing its women's program.
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The [[http://collegiatecycling.org/eccc/ | Eastern Conference]] takes special pride in all of its many women racers and its robust, friendly atmosphere for both veterans and newbies. Historically the conference has maintained a comparatively high percentage of women for competitive cycling, and puts significant effort and attention toward maintaining and growing its women's program.
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>>rframe width=300px text-align=center<< %width=300% [[Attach:2009-matsumoto-div2-win.jpg | Attach:2009-matsumoto-div2-win.jpg"Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 D2 title."]]\\
Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium.
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>>rframe width=300px text-align=center<< %width=300% [[Attach:2009-matsumoto-div2-win.jpg | Attach:2009-matsumoto-div2-win.jpg"Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 D2 title."]]\\
Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.
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Between our huge fields, low costs, and excellent races, the ECCC is one of the best places for women's cycling in this region or the country. Come get involved!
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Between the great atmosphere, huge fields, low costs, and excellent races, the ECCC is one of the best places for women's cycling in this region or the country. Come get involved!
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The following are some resources for beginning women racers.
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The following are some resources for women just starting out in the ECCC.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing a great venue to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.

ECCC women's races are conducted with the exact same approach and standards as our men's races. All categories are held at all races, and fields are never cancelled or cut except under the same extreme circumstances as men's races would be. This attitude permeates the conference, with all racers, volunteers, officials, and others recognizing and respecting all of our women racers.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing great opportunities to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.

Our volunteers, officials, and race directors all conduct our women's races with the exact same approach and standards as our men's races. All categories are held at all races, and fields are never cancelled or cut except under the same extreme circumstances as men's races would be. This attitude permeates the conference, with all of our women racers getting the respect and recognition that they deserve from all of our members.

Between our huge fields, low costs, and excellent races, the ECCC is one of the best places for women's cycling in this region or the country. Come get involved!
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The [[http://collegiatecycling.org/eccc/ | Eastern Conference]] takes special pride in all of its many women racers and its robust, friendly atmosphere for both veterans and newbies. Historically the conference has maintained a comparatively high percentage of women competitors, and puts significant effort and attention toward maintaining and growing its women's program.
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The [[http://collegiatecycling.org/eccc/ | Eastern Conference]] takes special pride in all of its many women racers and its robust, friendly atmosphere for both veterans and newbies. Historically the conference has maintained a comparatively high percentage of women for competitive cycling, and puts significant effort and attention toward maintaining and growing its women's program.
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Women racing in the ECCC can expect a lot of competition and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ECCC road races routinely feature well over a hundred women competing across our three fields/four categories. These encompass everything from pro and expert student athletes in our Women's A field, down to the most green of new racers getting some coaching and instruction in our Women's Intro clinics and races. In addition, non-collegiate new women racers are welcome to participate in our Women's Intro races, providing a great venue to bring out non-student friends and clubmates who are interested in trying out racing for the first time.

ECCC women's races are conducted with the exact same approach and standards as our men's races. All categories are held at all races, and fields are never cancelled or cut except under the same extreme circumstances as men's races would be. This attitude permeates the conference, with all racers, volunteers, officials, and others recognizing and respecting all of our women racers.
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The following are some resources for beginning women racers.
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Once started in the ECCC, the sky's the limit. The following are some women's specific resources to get more involved and keep racing.
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Several races in the region place a similar focus as the ECCC on ensuring high quality women's events. A number of the local associations also run leagues specifically for women. This page collects links to more information about these.
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Several races in the region place a similar focus as the ECCC on ensuring high quality women's events. A number of the local associations also run leagues specifically for women. This page collects links to more information about these.
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* '''[[Racers.Racers | New Racers Guide]]'''\\
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Newcomers should check out the general guide for [[Racers.Racers | new racers]] as all of the same rules, policies, and details apply.

* ''[[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]''\\
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New women racers should check out the general guide for [[Racers.Racers | new racers]] as all of the same rules, policies, and details apply.

* '''[[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]'''\\
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!! Other

''[[http://groups.google.com/group/eccc-women | ECCC Women's Mailing List]]''
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!! Get More Involved

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'''[[http://groups.google.com/group/eccc-women | ECCC Women's Mailing List]]'''\\
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, as well as helping riders connect for both

– Look for non-ECCC races that support women’s racing.
– Receive guidance
on what to expect in racing.
– Receive information on the large number of ECCC women
– Connect to other ECCC
women.
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* '''[[Women.OtherRaces | Non-Collegiate Summer Races and Other Events]]'''\\
Several races in the region place a similar focus as the ECCC
on ensuring high quality women's events. A number of the local associations also run leagues specifically for women. This page collects links to more information about these.
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* [[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]\\
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* ''[[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]''\\
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Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium.
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Newcomers should check out the general guide for [[Racers.Racers | new racers]] as all of the same details apply---you need to join your club, buy a license, register, and come racing.

* [[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]
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Newcomers should check out the general guide for [[Racers.Racers | new racers]] as all of the same rules, policies, and details apply.

* [[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]\\
The ECCC runs
a slightly non-standard arrangement of its women's categories in road races. This page explains the setup and provides a guide for women trying to decide which category to enter.
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>>rframe width=300px text-align=center<< %width=300% [[Attach:2009-matsumoto-div2-win.jpg | Attach:2009-matsumoto-div2-win.jpg"Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 D2 title."]]\\
Yuri Matsumoto (MIT) wins the 2009 ECCC Division 2 season omnium.
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The [[http://collegiatecycling.org/eccc/ | Eastern Conference]] takes special pride in all of its many women racers and its robust, friendly atmosphere for both veterans and newbies. Historically the conference has maintained a comparatively high percentage of women competitors, and puts significant effort and attention toward maintaining and growing its women's program.

!! Get Started

Newcomers should check out the general guide for [[Racers.Racers | new racers]] as all of the same details apply---you need to join your club, buy a license, register, and come racing.

* [[Women.Categories | Women's Road Categories]]

!! Other

''[[http://groups.google.com/group/eccc-women | ECCC Women's Mailing List]]''
The conference runs a [[http://groups.google.com/group/eccc-women | mailing list]] specifically for discussing improvements and potential issues for our women's races. It's also a great way to connect with other women to meet up at other events, find host housing, or ask general questions. All ECCC women are encouraged to join and participate on this listserv. A number of positive changes have been implemented in recent years that were either extensively worked through or prompted by discussion there.

, as well as helping riders connect for both
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Yuri Matsumoto
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– Look for non-ECCC races that support women’s racing.
– Receive guidance on what to expect in racing.
– Receive information on the large number of ECCC women
– Connect to other ECCC women.
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! ECCC Women
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